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Old 01-28-2009, 08:59 AM   #1
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How to allow roaming mail client to send mails via its mail server

Hi folks

OS- Debian Etch
Single public IP

Dom0 - Debian Etch workstation
Server-1, domU1 for routing with perdition and perdition-mysql
Server-2, domU2, mail server for domain-A
Server-3, domU3, mail server for domain-B

This is server virtualization for testing. The whole system is working
nicely. Mails of domain-A are delivered to Server-2, mails of domain-B
delivered to Server-3, etc. Roaming clients can login their servers to
download mails. But they can't send mails via their server.

Please advise how to configure perdition allowing roaming clients to send mails via their server. OR I have to use another solution? TIA



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